This past week Betsy DeVos became our 11th U.S. Secretary of Education. This week also included Congressman Thomas Massie introduction of a bill to abolish the federal Department of Education. Should the federal government be involved in education, regulating standardization, curriculum, and bathroom policies? Since the founding of the federal Department of Education, funding has increased while performance scores have remained flat. In addition, our education institutions are rejecting science in the name of feelings, mandating bathroom policies at our local public schools.. Is education too big to fail now? Gordon Riddle Pennington, world traveler and cultural enthusiast, also joins us to discuss his travels to Cuba, and insights on their culture and if Raúl Castro’s regimen will change anything.
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Who is this guest on here and why won’t he actually say anything? That’s just annoying. Take a stance, man!
Not all our guest are going to agree with us:)
Do you possible have link to the stats of that school from D.C.?
They were on a friends facebook page, and have lost the reference. Sorry about that. I believe they came from Dept. of Education IPEDS data though.